Jack London's Love of Life

Jack London's Love of Life : The Making of the Movie.

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Winner of four International Film Festivals, Jack London's Love of Life is the fantastic survival story of a gold miner in 1899 Alaska. Based on a true incident, the appeal of Jack London's Love of Life is how it brings you quickly into the story of a man's resolve to make it back to the woman he loves. He struggles to survive, and in his will to live, you come to realize how precious life is. This book tells how a dedicated cast and crew overcame many obstacles to make an award-winning, and acclaimed, motion picture.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 4.06mm | 222.26g
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508636281
  • 9781508636281

About Robert B Gregg

Robert B. Gregg lives in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with his wife, Nancy. A journalist for over 30 years, Gregg started off as a freelance writer for many national magazines and then as a newspaper reporter in Detroit where he grew up. He retired as publisher of the Escanaba Daily Press in 1998 after 15 years as the newspaper's publisher, or top executive. During his tenure The Daily Press won more state journalism awards than any other paper its size in Michigan. He was Regional Publisher for Ogden Newspapers from 1999 through 2000. Gregg served on the board of directors of the Michigan Press Association for 10 years and its Executive Committee for 5 years. He was President of the Michigan Press Association from 1999 to 2000. Gregg's first feature film screenplay, "Jack London's Love of Life," has won four International Film Festivals. In 2015 he sold his script, "The Christmas Ship," to Pop Art Films in Los Angeles. He has completed five other screenplays and will have two other novels, "Moonshadows" and "King Arthur & The Holy Grail," published in 2015.
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